i thoroughly enjoy the counting crowes. their music moves somethin inside me. there seems to be feeling in the music and that inspires me in all different aspects of my life.
>>By jase dean wooldridge (Tuesday, 3 Dec 2002 21:04)
i love the counting crows and think that they're an awesome band ! i have august and everything after, recovering the satallites, live on a wire and this desert life . all f those cd's are wicked but august and everything after has to be a compolation of some of the best music they've ever made . i've been a huge fan of there's for a while now and i downloaded alot of the songs from hard candy but that cd seems to be totaly different from all the others . i don't like it at all . they used to be real and a little depressing ( which is a good thing ) ;) but on this cd they've gone way too happy . it's not the counting crows any more, it's not the same . i like to see them go back to the type of stuff the played b4 . the counting crows weren't like this...they were better ! :(
>>By Rach (Saturday, 14 Dec 2002 01:33)
Well, i would have to disagree with Rach. There new stuff is different but it is still the same Counting Crows I have always loved. While it not my favorite album Hard Candy is still great. All their stuff is amazing. Adam Duritz is the best song writer ever. Oh yeah and if you already love Counting Crows i suggest you check out Ryan Adams and Graham Colton, they are also amazing songwriters
>>By squiney (Monday, 6 Jan 2003 01:54)
it always sucks when a band you realy love turns into shit.
>>By pissed (Sunday, 26 Jan 2003 09:29)
by pissed. what is wrong with you? you obviously don't get the crows and you must not have seen them on this tour.
>>By you are so wrong (Sunday, 2 Feb 2003 07:11)
Counting Crows is the best band ever.
I like Raning in Baltimore wery mutch.
>>By Ollezero (Thursday, 13 Feb 2003 18:06)
counting crows ooo i love them!!!
ever since i herd colour blind on the cruel intentions sound track
i fallen in love with them.. their lyrics move me in so many ways!!
their new song yellow taxi was different but i like it just the same
their doing a consert on the 7 of march... its booked out i was really
fucked about that so ifff ANYONE has tickets tell me!!
ingeneral your THE BEST BAND EVER!!!
>>By steph (Wednesday, 19 Feb 2003 08:05)
all you counting crows lovers: check out www.theyearlings.com!
>>By Yearling (Sunday, 9 Mar 2003 21:51)
I like the Counting Crows and all but I just noticed that Jase Wooldridge wrote on this page and if this is the Jase I went to school with and you see this again please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Selena Weems Sparks
>>By Selena (Saturday, 29 Mar 2003 07:56)
Counting Crows albums have been there for me from since I went to Uni. All (apart from This Desert Life - sorry guys!) have been absolutely excellent to listen to a go though certain parts of my life with. They seem to capture many different moods and whichever I myself am in I can find a CC song to complement it.
I think it's a bit disappointing to think that a band will stay the same all throughout their career. Songs are written (if they are true at leat) based on the mood of the artist at thet time in their lives. Lives change, and hance people become happy when they were once sad, and sad when they were once happy. It's not that they are a different band, but just a different stage in that bands journey.
Today I will mostly be listening to "Up All Night", which has such a powerful hook on it I almost cried when I heard it.
(by the way - if anyone sees this and thinks people who listen to counting crows are just people who complain about their depressing lives - which is wholly wrong in every sense - check out www.chrisspiking.com where you'll see that some of us DO know how to have a good time.
>>By Chris Spiking (Wednesday, 2 Apr 2003 12:30)
I hate to say something as drastic as this, but I can't help but feel any other way. Nothing will ever compare to August and Everthing After.
That album touches a place so deep that its not even about being happy or being sad, its like hearing your life in a song.
I almost cried when I heard how they have regressed into some jangly half-assed country band.
>>By Daniel (Monday, 5 May 2003 04:53)
if you like counting crows why dont you try listening to ryan adams he is much better
>>By montoya (Wednesday, 28 May 2003 20:07)
Hey Music Lovers!! This is the Hard Rock Cafe in Dallas...we are excited about the Counting Crows coming to town on July 26! We would like the fans to come out before or after the show and enjoy our happy hour with $2 drinks (4-7) on our new patio that has a great view. We also have live shows every Friday night and hip-hop on Saturdays. So come by, say hi and let's talk music!
>>By Crispy (Tuesday, 17 Jun 2003 23:25)
August and Everything After saved my life. I was 14 and severely depressed and songs like Raining in Baltimore, and Time and Time Again helped me cope with all the craziness in my head. I also love all of their other albulms. Recovering the Satellites isn't one of the best, but I still loved it. Live Across the Wire is my favorite albulm, the emotion in those two cds is incredible. I love to hear Adam sing live there is so much more expression and soul to the live tracks. The new albulm is also very good. Even though it's a lot lighter then the others I think it measures up pretty well concidering that artists grow and their music changes. It's still the band that saved my life to me.
>>By nubs23 (Wednesday, 16 Jul 2003 23:07)
august and everything after is an incredible album that cd along with the book catcher in the rye laid out my foundation
>>By redman (Thursday, 17 Jul 2003 03:33)
i dont think counting crows has had a cd that has matched August and everything after and i hope they can some time soon the only cd that matched the flow was This desert life if you skip the first song on that cd I also like ot balance out coutning crows byt listening to Dave Mathews right after
>>By redman (Thursday, 17 Jul 2003 03:37)
when you say music grows and changes i hope your not reffering to the way Mettalika did b/c everything after the early 90s sucked
>>By redman (Thursday, 17 Jul 2003 03:38)
went to see counting crows last week in london they were great. sorry rach you talk rubbish new stuff as good as old
>>By orm (Saturday, 6 Mar 2004 06:02)
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